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Kara Kitap

ını ve karşılaştığı kişileri izlerken bir yandan da bu araştırmaları değişik işaretler ve tuhaf hikayelerle tamamlayan Celal'in köşe yazılarıyla karşılaşır Eski cellatların hikayelerinden Boğaz'ın sularının çekileceği felaket günlerine kılık değiştiren paşalardan kültür tarihimizden kalmış esrarlı cinayetlere karlı gecenin aşk hikayelerinden yüzlerimizin üzerindeki anlamın sırlarına İstanbul'un ücra ve. A man s search for his wife and her journalist ex husband becomes intertwined with the latter s bizarre articlescolumns turning this book into a bewildering hall of mirrors of Dostoevsky styled feverish monologues storytelling sessions like a Dinesen or Potocki tale and Borgesian labyrinths of history and literature and fake detective tale Each chapter is its own unit a short story mock essay or monologue This book is exasperating annoying thrilling and provocative at different points and the landscape of Pamuk s Istanbul is world of threatening phone calls gangsters wise journalists eschatological hints melancholy shadowy doubles and disguises an underground chamber of manneuins crows and flickering identity a gothic and alluring epic labyrinth or inferno Dragon Age: Hard in Hightown esrarlı cinayetlere karlı gecenin aşk hikayelerinden yüzlerimizin üzerindeki anlamın sırlarına İstanbul'un ücra ve. A man s search for his wife and her journalist The Isles ex husband becomes intertwined with the latter s bizarre articlescolumns turning this book into a bewildering hall of mirrors of Dostoevsky styled feverish monologues storytelling sessions like a Dinesen or Potocki tale and Borgesian labyrinths of history and literature and fake detective tale Each chapter is its own unit a short story mock KING essay or monologue This book is Ty jesteś moje imię exasperating annoying thrilling and provocative at different points and the landscape of Pamuk s Istanbul is world of threatening phone calls gangsters wise journalists The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy eschatological hints melancholy shadowy doubles and disguises an underground chamber of manneuins crows and flickering identity a gothic and alluring Complete Amber Sourcebook epic labyrinth or inferno

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Karanlık köşelerinden gülünç ve tuhaf kişilerine yakın tarihimizden günlük hayatımızın unutulmuş ve şaşırtıcı ayrıntılarına kadar uzanan bu araştırma Galip'i hem kayıp karısına hem de hayatımızın içine gömüldüğü kayıp esrar doğru çekecektirZengin yaratıcı modern bir ulusal destan The Sunday Times İngiltereBüyüleyici çetin ve esrarlı bir işaretler girdabı Bitmeyen bir enerji çok nadir bir şey Lire Fran. To what degree can we be ourselves To be or not to be oneself considers Pamuk is life s ultimate uestion A roller coaster which is alike in many aspects with a detective novel this story is suffused with possible answers to the uestion above and explorations of how only by telling stories a man can really be himself Through hypotheses developed in stories with a prince embarking on uests of finding his real self in order to be able to guide his people if he would come next in line to the throne with an executioner who feels remorse after beheading a certain individual who expresses regret for his life differently than others with an eye which can follow you anywhere you go with stories about Rumi and Shams of Tabriz and inherently about Sufis with stories about people who can read letters on faces Pamuk immerses the reader in a metaphysical ride touching with great charm aspects like history mysticism differences between East and West family relations and loveAlthough I discovered touches of brilliancy in this book and ideas that kept me pondering I constantly had the feeling that I was missing out on things that some meanings were eluding me because of the translation or maybe because of the fact that I am not so familiar with Turkish culture Some things didn t add up some loose ends kept me wondering if I should give this story 5 stars or 4 or 3 There were paragraphs which really resonated with me and I felt elated while reading them paragraphs which made me think that I would definitely rate this book 5 stars and paragraphs which annoyed me because I could not see their sense However maybe this is Pamuk s way of introducing his readers to a Turkish atmosphere throughout the book a blend of historical and cultural influences either different because of the spatial component influences from Western cultures which people adopt from movies Western writers singers and tourists or because of the temporal component every aspect from Turkey s history meant adopting a different influence depending on the countries they conuered or they only came in contact with Istanbul for instance is a blend of civilizations and its names over time can say many things about the idea I pointed above Byzantium Constantinople Asitane The Doorstep New Rome Stamboul etc The fragment below is in my opinion expressing in a condensed and elegant fashion what I wanted to point above When he stepped onto Ataturk Bridge Galip had resolved to look only at faces Watching each face brighten at his gaze he could almost see uestion marks bubbling from their heads the way they did in the Turkish versions of Spanish and Italian photo novels but they vanished in the air without leaving a trace Gazing across the bridge at the skyline he thought he saw each and every one of their faces shimmering behind its dull gray veil but this too was an illusion It was perhaps possible to look into the faces of his fellow citizens and see in them the city s long history its misfortunes its lost magnificence its melancholy and pain but these were not carefully arranged clues pointing to a secret world they came from a shared defeat a shared history a shared shame As they churned across the gray blue waters of the Golden Horn they left a trail of ugly brown bubbles in their wake I loved the story about Alladdin and his shop and I loved the fragment about Galip s love for Ruya the two of them although they were married living together in the same outer reality had minds and imaginations which inhabited different realms I loved the ideas in this book but didn t uite like the story I actually found it a bit absurd although I am sure that the idea Pamuk wanted to express prevailed and the story was only used as a means of revealing what he wanted I understood that Galip assumed Celal s identity and that he embarked on a spiritual uest which helped him find himself rather than his missing wife or his uncle The ending seemed however far fetched and only able to dignify a soap opera Putting aside the spiritual journey at a factual level the pursuit Galip embarks upon throughout the novel is destined to find Celal rather than Ruya The way she ends up being found and her supposed actions during her absence are rather secondary next to Celal s while Pamuk wants us to believe his hero is looking for her rather than Celal A flawed novel I would say but an enticing one Plus I cannot help but wonder weren t these flaws there on purpose used by Pamuk for a certain effect The fragment below would seem to say so If every letter in every face had a hidden meaning and if each signified a concept it followed that every word composed of those letters must also carry a second hidden meaning The same could be said of sentences and paragraphs in short all written text carried second hidden meanings But if one bore in mind that these meanings could be expressed in other sentences or other words one could through interpretation glean a third meaning from the second and a fourth from the third ad infinitum so there were in fact an infinite numbers of possible interpretations to any given text It was like an unending maze of city streets with each street leading to another maps resembling human faces So a reader who set out to solve the mystery in his own way following his own logic was no different from a traveler who finds the mystery of a city slowly unfurling before him as he wanders through streets on that map The he discovers the the mystery spreads the the mystery spreads the is revealed and the clearly he sees the mystery in the streets he himself has chosen the roads he s walked down and the alleys he s walked up for the mystery resides in his own journey his own life

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Galip çocukluk aşkı arkadaşı amcasının kızı sevgilisi ve kayıp karısı Rüya'yı karlı bir kış günü İstanbul'da aramaya başlar Çocukluğundan beri yazılarını hayranlıkla okuduğu yakın akrabası gazeteci Celal'in köşe yazıları bu arayışta ona işaretler yollayacak ve eşlik edecektir Okuyucu bir yanda her bacası her sokağı her insanı başka bir esrarlı alemin işaretine dönüşen İstanbul'da Galip'in araştırmalar. The big issue from Orhan Pamuk s a Nobel Prize winning writer novel is identitywho are we The setting Istanbul Turkey the largest city in the nation straddling the bright blue waters of the narrow and rather shallow but still even today uite crucial Bosphorus Strait on both the continents ofAsia and Europe This is the ultimate problem for its divided people do we become westernized or remain with traditional old customs They go see ancient Hollywood films some 20 years old at the movie theaters no television then enad by the stars copy what is shown clothes manners language everything the values from the past are no Galip Bey mid thirty is an uninspired lawyer not happy in the occupation in his native fast growing town married to the beauty Ruya a woman of the same age he has known since childhood Intelligent with a propensity for reading detective books one after another not interested in work lately him too His famous older cousin by than twenty years Celal Bey a newspaper writer with a column that all the city reads in fact the whole nation and beyond the borders he is the most read in the Middle EastNo surprise that Galip is a big admirer of his relative s sophisticated writing has many enemies though dabbles in dangerous politics he is also Ruya s half brother Turmoil consumes the people s daily lives there political violence and killings in the streets many urge a military coup to cleanse the atmosphere bring unity and calm back circa 1960 Mysteriously Ruya leaves him later Celal cannot be found either have they run off together Then begins the long search by the husband to discover where they are hiding A Heart of Darkness voyage on land as he walks through ominously deserted streets lights fade in sunless places shadows fall on filthy evil smelling slums observing apartments that are ready to collapse citizens struggling to survive the ever expanding choatic megalopolis its rapidly changing environment the poor begging and stealing death lurks by but nobody cares Galip has a feeling a strange disturbing belief he is not alone someone is following an evil eye yet the threat is dismissed must go on what occurs good or bad will happen the dispirited man has to know the truth He continues the seemingly fruitless odysseyA strange trip into Turkish history and the crisis in that magnificent country what is its destiny A book that both entertains and causes boredom to the reader if a person wants to find the real Turkey this is the book but be patient the story will delight and frustrate the plot is not really important the philosophy is The author s love hate relationship with a city he was born in is apparent


About the Author: Orhan Pamuk

Orhan Pamuk was born in Istanbul in 1952 and grew up in a large family similar to those which he describes in his novels Cevdet Bey and His Sons and The Black Book in the wealthy westernised district of Nisantasi As he writes in his autobiographical book Istanbul from his childhood until the age of 22 he devoted himself largely to painting and dreamed of becoming an artist After graduating fro



10 thoughts on “Kara Kitap

  1. says:

    One of Pamuk’s first novels First a sample of some of the wonderful writing from the very first page“Ruya was lying facedown on the bed lost to the sweet warm darkness beneath the billowing folds of the blue checked u

  2. says:

    The big issue from Orhan Pamuk 's a Nobel Prize winning writer novel is identitywho are we ? The setting Istanbul Turkey the largest city in the nation straddling the bright blue waters of the narrow and rather shallow but still even today uite crucial Bosphorus Strait on both the continents ofAsia and Europe This is the ultimate problem for its divided people do we become westernized or remain with tradition

  3. says:

    this is a rare example of a reread for me I don't reread books very often not because I don't want to blahblahblah My experience of reading this one was a good example of a certain kind of reader's disease The ki

  4. says:

    A post modern masterpiece in the vein of the best of Calvino or Borges ‘The Black Book’ is the novel in which Pamuk was able to force his literary star and create a work of art luminosity blazed forth and heralded a new star of Turkish literature; Kemal had poetry but Pamuk has something even important originalityThe dominant

  5. says:

    I hope that Orhan Pamuk really enjoyed writing The Black Book because I definitely did not enjoy reading it It is ostensibly the story of Celal a columnist for a major Turkish daily who has disappeared or ran away told through the eyes of the his friend and brother in law Galip When Galip’s pulp detective novel loving wife Celal

  6. says:

    A man’s search for his wife and her journalist ex husband becomes intertwined with the latter’s bizarre articl

  7. says:

    Available from KOBOBOOKSThe book in a nutshell traces the protagonist’s search for his wife and subseuently al

  8. says:

    To what degree can we be ourselves? “To be or not to be oneself” considers Pamuk is life’s ultimate uestion A roller coaster which is alike in many aspects with a detective novel this story is suffused with possible answers to the uestion above and explorations of how only by telling stories a man can really be himself Through hypotheses developed in stories with a prince embarking on uests of finding his real s

  9. says:

    the dividing line between Being and Nothingness was sound because everything that passed from the spiritual to the material world had its own

  10. says:

    Read many years ago this is one of the top three books by Pamuk which I love the most The other two being My Name Is Red and Snow obvious choicesNo one makes old and modern Turkey come alive on page like PamukA re read is on the horizon

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